Hysteria and Paranoia Take Hold in Joe Williams & Charlie Edwards-Moss’ Folk Horror Short ‘O, Glory!’ - copy

Live Action

Hysteria and Paranoia Take Hold in Joe Williams & Charlie Edwards-Moss’ Folk Horror Short ‘O, Glory!’

Joe Williams & Charlie Edwards-Moss discuss imbuing their 70s-influenced folk horror with a contemporary edge while shooting on 35mm to evoke the time period.

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Documentary

Miranda Stern’s Cathartic NFTS Documentary ‘milk’ Is an Intimate Exploration of Maternity, Addiction and Loss

Miranda Stern unpacks the cathartic and narrative reasons she opted for an abstract, mixed media scrapbook-style approach for her self-explorative doc short.

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Live Action, Premiere

Audrey Mascina’s ‘Ludo’ Pointedly Subverts Our Expectations of Two Women Stumbling Down a Deserted Road at Night

Audrey Mascina talks about the importance of audiences seeing representations of powerful women on screen like those in her late night deserted road set drama.

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Live Action, Premiere

A Teen Girl’s Boundaries Are Irrevocably Crossed in Jaja Meloche’s Coming of Age Drama ‘Grown’

Jaja Meloche explains why she wanted a bold female character to lead the narrative in her powerful coming of age drama exploring the grey area of consent.

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Art & Fashion

A Loyal Steed Eternally Awaits the Impossible Return of Its Knight in Enea Colombi’s Fashion Film ‘Demon’

Enea Colombi delves into the process of generating the striking shot compositions that populate his eerie, medieval branded fashion short.

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Live Action

A Couple Investigate Their Mutating Cloning Ability in Peter Collins Campbell’s Sci-Fi Short ‘Variations on a Theme’

Peter Collins Campbell unpacks the wizardry behind the split-screen visuals of his short about a couple who can duplicate into new versions of themselves.

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Live Action, Premiere

A Meet Cute Rapidly Descends Into a Quagmire of Modern Day Relationship Hell in William Kenton’s ‘Outdoor Seating’

William Kenton reveals the lived experiences and modern dating tropes steeped in his quirky, anti-rom-com about the life cycle of a New York relationship.

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Animation, Music

The End of the World Births a Burning Passion in Marek Partyš’ Zany Collage-Like Music Video ‘Burnout’

Marek Partyš walks DN through the extensive planning required to achieve the light and playfully surreal collage style of his Island Mint music video.

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Documentary

Hervé Demers Tackles Themes of Deindustrialisation and Community in Documentary Short ‘Once the Dust Has Settled’

Hervé Demers returns to DN to discuss his new doc short set in Asbestos, a former mining town in Quebec, which explores notions of community and identity.

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